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The Nonprofit Ecosystem in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is home to 13k nonprofit organizations. In aggregate, these organizations account for $38b in revenue and employ 221k individuals.

How Large Are Los Angeles, CA Nonprofits?

Organizations By Employee Count

478

1-5

195

6-10

257

11-25

170

26-50

148

51-100

150

101-250

93

250-1000

31

1000+

Employee Count Buckets

Number of Organizations

Organizations By Revenue Level

972

$50k-250k

1.1k

$250k-1M

755

$1M-5M

175

$5M-10M

192

$10M-25M

120

$25M-100M

49

$100M+

Org Revenue Buckets

Number of Organizations

Where Do Los Angeles, CA Nonprofits Focus?

The IRS classifies nonprofits along 25 different categories or NTEE classifications.

*Remaining NTEE categories account for 0 organizations.

Explore Nonprofits in Los Angeles, CA

Ccf-La Supporting Organization

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $162m

Revenue: $46m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is the fund-raising entity for a single institution within the Religion-Related major group area.

Brentwood School

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $161m

Revenue: $58m

MISSION:

INSPIRE STUDENTS TO THINK CRITICALLY & CREATIVELY, ACT ETHICALLY, & SHAPE A FUTURE W/ MEANING.

Colburn Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $150m

Revenue: $8m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the private foundations that make grants based on charitable endowments. Because of their endowments, they are focused primarily on grantmaking and generally do not actively raise funds or seek public financial support. These are the most common type of private foundation. They are generally endowed, usually from a single individual or family. Private foundations are considered family foundations if relatives or the original donor are still active on the board of trustees or in the operation of the foundation.

California Association Of Realtors Inc

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $144m

Revenue: $92m

MISSION:

ENHANCE MEMBERS' ABILITY TO CONDUCT THEIR BUSINESSES SUCCESSFULLY WITH INTEGRITY AND COMPETENCY

Wasserman Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $143m

Revenue: $7m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the nongovernmental, nonprofit organizations with funds (usually from a single source, such as an individual, family or corporation) and programs managed by its own trustees or directors, established to maintain or aid social, educational, religious or other charitable activities serving the common welfare, primarily through grantmaking.

California Science Center Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $143m

Revenue: $24m

MISSION:

CSCF ASPIRES TO STIMULATE CURIOSITY AND INSPIRE SCIENCE LEARNING IN EVERYONE BY CREATING FUN, MEMORABLE EXPERIENCES, BECAUSE WE VALUE SCIENCE AS AN INDISPENSABLE TOOL FOR UNDERSTANDING OUR WORLD, ACCESSIBILITY AND INCLUSIVENESS, AND ENRICHING PEOPLE'S LIVES.

Wallis Annenberg Legacy Foundation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $142m

Revenue: $2m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the private foundations that make grants based on charitable endowments. Because of their endowments, they are focused primarily on grantmaking and generally do not actively raise funds or seek public financial support. These are the most common type of private foundation. They are generally endowed, usually from a single individual or family. Private foundations are considered family foundations if relatives or the original donor are still active on the board of trustees or in the operation of the foundation.

550 Corporate Center Investment Group Inc

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $142m

Revenue: $4m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the organizations whose members are in the real estate business who have affiliated for the purpose of promoting the interests of their trade.

Skid Row Housing Trust

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $141m

Revenue: $21m

MISSION:

SKID ROW HOUSING TRUST (THE TRUST) PRODUCES, PRESERVES AND OPERATES SUPPORTIVE HOUSING. THE TRUST SERVES THE POOREST AND MOST VULNERABLE PEOPLE, INCLUDING THE HOMELESS AND THOSE WHO MAY BECOME HOMELESS.

Pico-Union Housing Corporation

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $137m

Revenue: $14m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE AFFORDABLE LOW INCOME RENTAL HOUSING TO QUALIFIED LOW INCOME INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES AND VARIOUS SOCIAL SERVICES TO UNDESERVED COMMUNITY.

Michelson Medical Research Foundation Inc

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $136m

Revenue: $29m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the nongovernmental, nonprofit organizations with funds (usually from a single source, such as an individual, family or corporation) and programs managed by its own trustees or directors, established to maintain or aid social, educational, religious or other charitable activities serving the common welfare, primarily through grantmaking.

American Jewish University

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $130m

Revenue: $23m

MISSION:

PROVIDE AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM TO CHILDREN & ADULTS WITH PROGRAMS BASED ON JEWISH ETHICS & PRINCIPLES.

Los Angeles Regional Food Bank

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $129m

Revenue: $378m

MISSION:

THE ORGANIZATION'S MISSION IS TO MOBILIZE RESOURCES TO FIGHT HUNGER IN OUR COMMUNITY. TO FULFILL ITS MISSION, THE FOOD BANK:* SOURCES AND ACQUIRES FOOD AND OTHER PRODUCTS AND DISTRIBUTES TO NEEDY PEOPLE THROUGH CHARITABLE AGENCIES OR DIRECTLY THROUGH PROGRAMS; * ENERGIZES THE COMMUNITY TO GET INVOLVED AND SUPPORT HUNGER RELIEF; * CONDUCTS HUNGER EDUCATION AND AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS AND ADVOCATES FOR PUBLIC POLICIES THAT ALLEVIATE HUNGER.

Planned Parenthood Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $129m

Revenue: $96m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE ACCESS TO A COMPREHENSIVE RANGE OF QUALITY REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE SERVICES. THIS INCLUDES HEALTH CARE AND SEXUAL HEALTH INFORMATION THROUGH PATIENT SERVICES, EDUCATION, AND ADVOCACY.

Southwestern Law School

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $127m

Revenue: $55m

MISSION:

THE MISSION OF SOUTHWESTERN LAW SCHOOL IS TO PRODUCE HIGHLY SKILLED GRADUATES WHO ARE CAPABLE OF INTEGRATING THEORY AND PRACTICE TO MEET THE CHALLENGES OF THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY.

South Central L A Reg Central For Dvlopmntly Disabled Persons Inc

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $125m

Revenue: $382m

MISSION:

PROVIDES INTAKE, ASSESSMENT DIAGNOSIS, AND LIFELONG SERVICES COORDINATION.

Kipp Socal Public Schools

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $124m

Revenue: $141m

MISSION:

TOGETHER WITH FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES, WE CREATE JOYFUL, ACADEMICALLY EXCELLENT SCHOOLS THAT PREPARE STUDENTS WITH THE SKILLS AND CONFIDENCE TO PURSUE THE PATHS THEY CHOOSE-COLLEGE, CAREER AND BEYOND- SO THEY CAN LEAD FULFILLING LIVES AND CREATE A MORE JUST WORLD.

Writers Guild Of America West Inc

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $124m

Revenue: $37m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to work to promote the rights of employees to fair remuneration and safe working conditions.

Archer School For Girls Inc

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $123m

Revenue: $32m

MISSION:

AN INDEPENDENT COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS IN GRADES SIX TO TWELVE.ARCHER INSTILLS IN STUDENTS A LOVE OF LEARNING AND IS DEDICATED TO EDUCATING GIRLS THE WAYS IN WHICH THEY LEARN BEST. ONLY RECENTLY HAVE EDUCATORS BECOME TRULY KNOWLEDGEABLE ABOUT WHAT THIS MEANS. IT DOES NOT MEAN JUST PUSHING STUDENTS TO CRAM THEIR SCHEDULES WITH SO MANY UNIVERSITY-LEVEL COURSES THAT THEY END UP WITH NO TIME TO PROCESS THEIR LEARNING AND NO TIME TO CONNECT WITH THEIR FAMILY AND FRIENDS. GIRLS THRIVE ON MAKING CONNECTIONS; BETWEEN PEOPLE, AS WELL AS BETWEEN DISCIPLINES. THAT BEING THE CASE, ARCHER PROMOTES THESE CONNECTIONS FROM THE START.

Verity Health System Of California Inc

Los Angeles, CA

Assets: $119m

Revenue: $250m

MISSION:

ST. VINCENT MEDICAL CENTER IS A 366-BED, SHORT-TERM ACUTE CARE, GENERAL HOSPITAL LOCATED IN THE DOWNTOWN AREA OF LOS ANGELES.